Vacancy at T-Mobile
Sat Jan 28 16:25:05 CET 2006
I'm based in the States and I think you are correct Ulf. When I mention
erlang, I receive funny looks because people have never even heard of it.
I would like to get a contract someday, but it looks like I would have
to ask to do it in erlang
rather than find a job that requires it. Its always fun to pitch
something new to people:)
Ulf Wiger (AL/EAB) wrote:
> It's been pointed out to me that, despite my
> efforts to remove ads that mentioned the Erlang
> Formula, rather than the Erlang language, only
> 3-4 of those ads actually mentioned the Erlang
> language. Bummer.
> I also should have pointed out that none of them
> actually asked for an Erlang programmer, but did
> mention Erlang as a valuable skill.
> That's what I found interesting, because a long-
> standing argument against Erlang has been that
> nobody would want to work with it -- esp. in the
> U.S. -- since it doesn't look good on your CV.
> It would of course have been nice to be able to
> present more than 3-4 counter-examples... (:
>> -----Original Message-----
>> [mailto:] On Behalf Of Ulf
>> Wiger (AL/EAB)
>> Sent: den 27 januari 2006 18:28
>> To: Erlang Questions
>> Subject: RE: Vacancy at T-Mobile
>> BTW, I came across this job site:
>> The above search lists 30 job ads that cite Erlang as a
>> desirable skill, all of them in the U.S. (mostly CA, but also
>> IL, TX, MA, OH, NY), and all of them fairly new.
>>> -----Original Message-----
>>> [mailto:] On Behalf Of chandru
>>> Sent: den 27 januari 2006 10:21
>>> To: Erlang Questions
>>> Subject: Vacancy at T-Mobile
>>> Hello everyone,
>>> There is a vacancy in T-Mobile UK. Check it out if you are
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